You'll need fabric - I was sent this pile from The Ribbon Retreat (I love bundled fabric - all the guess work with coordinating is done for you) and interfacing and a coin purse frame (I bought mine off of ebay)
First, all frames are different shapes and sizes, so you'll have to draft your own pattern according to your frame. It's easy - don't worry! Lay your handle down on a piece of paper, and trace a little outside of it's top edge. When you reach the hinge, go out and make the shape of the bag whatever you'd like. I didn't go out til after the hinge (oops!) so I drew on the lines in the picture of what I should have done:
Place your purse pieces right sides together with a piece of stabilizer on the wrong sides, so it should go stabilizer, fabric facing down, fabric facing up, stabilizer:
Also place your lining pieces right sides together. Then we're going to sew - in the picture I used the lining. You sew the lining together and the outside together - so it's like making 2 separate bags. Anyways, first sew straight across the bottom. Then sew starting from the end of the frame curve to about 1.5 inches above the bottom seam. You can see what I mean in the picture below on the right side (the left side is already completed):
Then open up that gap you left and push the bottom up like so:
Then sew it down by just continuing the line you had stopped all the way to the bottom. You can see it in the left side of this picture (yep, reusing a picture...)
What you just did was add a tiny bottom and sides to your bag to give it more volume - see the cute little triangle on the outside??
Do that step for the outside and for the lining. You've made 2 separate coin purse bags. Now with the lining inside out and the outside fabric right-side out, put the outside fabric bag into the lining bag, like so:
Now sew along the curved top edge where the frame goes.
Turn the bag right-side out through that opening - it'll look like this at first:
When you look at your frame, there is a groove. Working with one side at a time, fill the groove with glue. Then push that side of the coin purse into the groove. You can use something pointy if you need help getting it into the groove. I don't have pictures of that part because I didn't have enough hands to hold the frame, the glue, and the camera.
But I did get a picture of hold it while it was drying. It's tacky dry after a few minutes, but I'd let it dry at least overnight before using it.
Isn't is so cute?!?! The coordinating fabric is what makes the project worthwhile. See, the inside:
And the outside:
And another shot of the cute little corner:
So grab yourself some supplies and try making one yourself! they come together surprisingly quick.
Hope to see you over on my blog, Sugar Bee Crafts!!